Guendouzi caught Neal Maupay around the throat and also scoffed at the opposition players of their inferiority of the wages.
But it is not the first incident that has caused Arteta to the question Guendouzi.
The Spanish took note of the middle of the field acting during a training session, when he took over.
Arteta is looking for a change of culture at Arsenal coming to an environment of success to Manchester City.
And in advance of a possible revision of the summer Guendouzi walking a thin line with his departure, not out of the question, reports the Daily Mail.
Especially considering his lack of starts under Arteta – before the Premier League to restart Guendouzi had started two of the last ten games.
His attitude to the mid-season training camp in Dubai is also little chance to convince the Gunners boss that he should be a permanent feature.
The 21-year-old mission of securing a regular spot can also be hindered with the Gunners understood to be keen on Atletico Madrid for £45 million star Thomas Partey.
But the former Arsenal man Perry Groves hope that Arteta will address Guendouzi attitude.
“I have heard a few things about Guendouzi attitude. You want your players to be confident and a little arrogant on the pitch, but there is not enough good to go around giving people minutes, ” he told talkSPORT.
“If Maupay has been getting in the ear of any game Guendouzi and he then goes and scores the winner, it is fair to say,” What have you to say now? ”
“Someone, whether it is Arteta, the coaching staff or the players, need to say Guendouzi to wind his neck. “